Imperial Silver Collection
Valuable porcelain and crystal glasses, magnificent centerpieces and services, as well as simple kitchenware made from copper can be seen in the Imperial Silver Collection. The most impressive exhibit is the 30 meter-long "Milan centerpiece", which was created for the coronation of Emperor Ferdinand I as king of the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia in 1838.
Also on view are porcelain from East Asia, from Sèvres (a gift from Louis XV of France to Maria Theresa) and from Vienna, as well as panoramic plates, glazed earthenware, gold- and silverware. This includes the Vienna court table silver and the gold-plated "Vermeil service", an extensive showpiece service for 140 people.
Imperial Silver Collection (Silberkammer)Hofburg, 1010 Wien
Entrance via Kaisertor
Daily 9.00 am - 7.30 pm, last admission at 4.30 pm
Daily 9.00 am - 6.00 pm, last admission at 5.00 pm
- Guided tour for children Sa - Su, 10:30 - 14:30
- Guided tour for children on holidays, 10:30 - 14:30
- September to June
- 114 cm wide and 104 cm low , Door 80 cm wide
- Wheelchair accessible restroom available.
Access to the exhibition rooms: elevator to the 2nd floor, access to restaurant / café: 1 step.
- Elevator available